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Heart continues to be on indefinite hiatus, with both Ann and Nancy Wilson involved in solo projects — but that doesn’t mean that there’s no hope for reuniting the band. As Nancy revealed to ABC Radio, “Heart has a nice offer to go on a tour next year, so [I’m] hoping [for that].”

Nancy says that she and her sister “[have] done a little more communicating, more recently,” but notes that the chit-chat is centered around “family stuff,” like “what the kids are up to and who’s gonna get married or have babies.” But, as she admits to ABC Radio, “We have to have the business conversation pretty soon.”

In the meantime, Nancy is keeping busy with her current band Roadcase Royale. She calls their album, First Things First, “really good,” adding, “Liv Warfield is my singer in that band. She and her guitar player, Ryan Waters, came from Prince’s New Power Generation, so they’re very amazing singers and players.”

Roadcase Royale also features three members of Heart: keyboardist Chris Joyner, bassist Dan Rothchild and drummer Ben Smith.

Last night in Irvine, CA, Wilson was a special guest at the From Classical to Rock benefit concert, which featured performances by a mix of classical and rock musicians. Ex-American Idol judge Randy Jackson hosted the event, which was headlined by The Goo Goo DollsJohnny Rzeznik.

On May 17, Wilson and Roadcase Royale will perform at the Rock the Red music benefit at Avalon Hollywood in L.A., and Wilson is also slated to perform at the 2018 Beastly Ball, a benefit for the Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens that will take place May 19 at the zoo.

Roadcase Royale is also slated to open for Bob Seger this fall.

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